FR3.5 » Vergne continues in same vein


World Series rookie Jean-Eric Vergne again emerged on top of the pre-season testing times, this time at Motorland Aragon.

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WSbR fan - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 11:21 AM

Pre season testing showing a few surprises, looks to be set for the year of the rookie, Jean Vergne, Nathanael Berthon even Nelson Panciatici look good. At the other end Mikhail Aleshin could be in for a shock after the low standard of F2 flattering him some what. And what is Daniil Move at Lotus doing this his fourth season and he props the time sheets up why is he continuing??? maybe his promise of an F1 drive with Lotus :blush: fat chance he has of getting that one. Jon Lancaster could just be there with Fortec after his talk of going to GP2 fizzled out. I would like Greg Mansell to do good this season now he is with a top team.

Big E - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 11:53 AM

Lancaster wont be racing he has to many issues with previous teams.

Which team did Lotus buy to be in WSBR??

I think Aleshin may supprise he must know its his last chance, and what about P1 always been top team

Bud-Wiser - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 12:57 PM

Lotus bought over Mofazfortec, the driver for last year Fauzy gone to Lotus F1 as test driver. Fortec continued by buying over Prema.
I bet Lotus wonder what they bought now with Move and why Move hes never going to F1 or maybe they need the Russian$$$$

WSbR Fan - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 4:54 PM

Sten Pentus was the suprise on the last day of Aragon testing Fortec got their car right for low downforce running but the rookies Vergne and Berthon still stood out, another suprise was that the experienced Lancaster, and Mansell were in the bottom half and no suprise Move also bottom half. P1 looked strong both cars top 10. Lotus Comtec,and Pons cant be happy both cars out of top 10.

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